Equipment information:

ILX Lightwave LDT-5900 Series Thermometer
ILX Lightwave
Model: LDT-5900 Series
Date: 2005
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Thermometer
Description: Temperature Controller
                                    The LDT-5900 Series Temperature Controllers consists of two
family members,
the LDT-5948 60W Precision Temperature Controller and the
LDT-5980 120W
High Power Temperature Controller. These instruments are
bi-directional current
sources with precision measurement circuits to monitor and
control the
temperature of the device under test. They have the
following operating
• PWM (pulse width modulated) output power of 60 W for the
LDT-5948;(5A @ 12V DC) and
120 W for the LDT-5980 (10A @ 12V DC)
• 0.001 oC set point resolution
• 0.005 oC stability
• Constant temperature, constant current, constant
resistance and constant voltage control
• Compatible with thermistors, IC and RTD temperature sensors
• Four-wire sensor measurements
• Four-wire TEC voltage measurement
• AC resistance measurement
• Heating and cooling temperature and current limits
• Software controlled PID feedback loop control
• PID Autotune mode
• IEEE GPIB and RS-232 remote interfaces
• Programmable triggers
• Closed case calibration

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

ILX Lightwave -- LDT-5900 Series -- User Manual
File name: ILX-7011-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 141
Size: 3.60 Mbytes (3771729 Bytes)
Language: english
Manual-ID/Number: 70036602
Date: September 2005
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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This manual contains operation and maintenance information
for the LDT-5900
Series Temperature Controllers. If you want to get started
right away, read
Chapter 2, which covers Operations, first.
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